COVID 19 Updates & Travel Info

Hello Campers,

Information and guidelines are changing surrounding this Coronavirus and will inform you as quickly as we can with any changes to the following information.

Donna has been posting information on Facebook and our website The Governor released new guidance for Phase 3, which starts on Monday, August 1, 2020.

Revised Gatherings Order – Overview from Phase 2 with Phase 3 updates:

  • Any camping units welcome, RV’s, trailers, tents.
  • Campsites must be 14′ apart
  • Playgrounds open with occupancy restrictions and disinfecting conditions
  • Bath houses and laundry open with occupancy restrictions, masks are required
  • Limit (maximum) 10 campers per campsite this includes day visitors and registered campers all ages.
  • “Campsite groups may not invite persons not staying at the campsites to visit.”
  • Masks must be worn off campsite (still applicable)
  • “Employees and visitors must wear face coverings while away from campsite”

We are all looking forward to getting back to normal, but have to do our part to prevent the spread of this virus.

We are now planning on staying open until Columbus Day, October 12th for the 2020 season.

Please call us directly for faster answers to any questions you may have.
Sutton Falls 508.865.3898

NEW TRAVEL ORDER EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1ST

The Governor has just announced that effective August 1st, all travelers entering Massachusetts—both out of state residents and Massachusetts residents returning home—must comply with a new travel order. This includes students returning to campuses for the fall semester.

The new travel order requires all visitors and returning residents to fill out a Massachusetts Traveler Form unless they are coming from a state that has been designated a lower risk COVID-19 state or fall into an exemption category.

The new travel order also provides that visitors and returning residents arriving in Massachusetts from any place other than a COVID-19 lower-risk state must quarantine for 14-days unless they can produce a negative COVID-19 test result administered on a sample taken not more than 72-hours prior to arriving in Massachusetts.

updated: 08/01/2020